Dr. Daniel Deakins is a Naturopathic Physician who believes in discovering and managing the root cause of a disease to optimize the health and well-being of the body as a whole. While he is well versed in general naturopathic medicine, he is passionate about sports medicine and regenerative medicine. His areas of focus are Longevity & Human Performance, Sports Injury Prevention, Physical Manipulations, Acupuncture, Nutrition Coaching, and Comprehensive Blood Chemistry Reviews. The integration of these modalities allows Dr. Deakins to address and manage the physiological and physical dysfunctions to facilitate the healing process for his patients.

Dr. Deakins proudly served in the United States Military as an Army Medic. After receiving his own healthcare as a Veteran, and working directly in emergency medicine, he was greatly inspired to bring a holistic approach to healthcare in conjunction with modern medicine to the field.

Dr. Deakins received his undergraduate degree from Arizona State University in 2015. His studies included Exercise and Wellness with an emphasis on Health Promotion. Thereafter, he attended Grand Canyon University with his Master’s of Business with a focus on project management in 2018. With his heart set on pursuing a career in healthcare, he attended the Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine and Health Sciences where he sat on the board of the Student Government Association and earned the Outstanding Leadership Award and a Doctorate Degree in Naturopathic Medicine.

His admiration and passion for teaching and implementing the healing arts and sciences have led him where he is today. When Dr. Deakins takes a moment out of furthering his education, you can find this Arizona native outdoors trekking the trails with his wife and two children, coaching friends and family through their fitness goals, involving the community in health and wellness, or participating in a sporting event as an athlete for Team Semper Fi. He is a firm believer in daily physical activity and the healing properties that the great outdoors provides.


Dr. Daniel Deakins